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Practicing under stay-at-home orders

At-home pursuits are definitely having their moment in the spotlight during the COVID-19 pandemic, which has resulted in extra downtime for many, and more time spent at home for just about everyone.  We’re biased, of course, but we think that practicing an instrument at home is a great way to[…]

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Remote lessons from VSO musicians

Playing an instrument is a perfect activity for coping with stress and staving off cabin fever while practicing social distancing. If you’re looking to learn a new instrument, get back into playing after some time off, or change up your current practice regimen, Vermont Symphony Orchestra musicians can help. In[…]

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That’s a Wrap: a Note from Matt LaRocca

We’ve wrapped up another season of Jukebox and we hope you had much fun this year as we did! Next year is already in the works and we have a lot of exciting things to look forward to in the coming season. In the meantime, here are links to listen[…]

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Keep the listening going!

It was such a pleasure working with Matthew Evan Taylor to curate this program and amazing to get the chance to perform it at back-to-back sold out shows. We were so happy to bring Jukebox to Rutland and are already planning on when we’ll be returning next season! At a[…]

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Suad Bushnaq

Suad Bushnaq is a musically multilingual Arab-Canadian film and concert composer whose music has been hailed as ‘reflective and touching’ (Nikki Bedi, BBC The Arts Hour), ‘seriously beautiful’ (John Welsman, award-winning Canadian composer), ‘rich and accessible’ (Klara Festival, Belgium), and ‘sublime’ (Toula Drimonis, CJAD Montréal).  Her film score for The Curve[…]

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